Where to start? It's been a busy summer at Truth Box Architects. We're excited to announce that we have broken ground on the Urban Greens Grocery Co-op at 93 Cranston Street. This project has been in the works for nearly two years and we couldn't be more excited to see the site work begin. The Urban Greens Grocery Co-op will be an 8500sf grocery facility dedicated to serving the local, diverse communities of Providence's West Side. We've been working closely with the dedicated team at Urban Greens and are proud to be part of this project. In addition to the grocery co-op, we will also be building a 30-unit multi-family apartment building at 93 Cranston Street. This building features a mix of affordable and work-force housing and will, of course, exceed code requirements for energy efficiency and performance.
Work continues on the multifamily rehab at 101 Hillside (pictured above). The crews have been hustling all summer and we're anticipating completion this fall. We should be announcing open houses shortly. So if you're looking for a studio, one-bedroom, or two-bedroom apartment on the East Side, make sure to give our property manager Kate Galvin a call: 401-450-0731. More at www.101-hillside.com.
Last but not least, we've had some significant changes in the office this month. Rob Williams and his family have re-located to the Pioneer Valley. But don't worry! Rob is still with us and will continue to be a committed member of the team working remotely and making periodic visits back to Providence.